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The Rare Book School (RBS) is an independent non-profit educational institute supporting the study of the history of books and printing and related subjects. Founded in 1983, it moved to its present home at the University of Virginia in 1992. Look them up here.

The College Book Art Association supports and promotes academic book art education by fostering the development of its practice, teaching, scholarship and criticism.



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Comment by Robert Heather on March 9, 2010 at 16:59
IMPACT 7: Intersections & Counterpoints
International Multi-disciplinary Printmaking Conference

27-30 September 2011
Melbourne, Australia
http://www.impact7.org.au

Printmaking | Photography | Graphic Design | Drawing | The Artist’s Book | Text | Animation | Film and Digital Media

Call for Papers and Proposals

IMPACT, the world’s leading event for contemporary print culture, will head south of the equator in 2011, to be hosted by the Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.

IMPACT 7: Intersections & Counterpoints will focus on the multiple identity of the print, exploring the cross-disciplinary nature of printmedia internationally and in the context of the Asia-Pacific region. Printmedia will be explored as a heterogeneous, diverse and all pervading aspect of contemporary culture. Often located at the intersections of disciplines and media, it is also a powerful political vehicle, generating discourse and debate by virtue of its wide dissemination and ability to offer counterpoints to the norm.

The conference addresses practitioners, writers, critics, artists, theorists, and others working in the broad fields of print-related research. It aims to provide a platform in which practitioners and researchers can engage in a mutually productive exchange. Media identified by the conference will include but not be limited to: printmaking, photography, graphic design, drawing, the artist’s book, text, animation, and film and digital media.

IMPACT 7: Intersections & Counterpoints will reflect on the activities of an international community of artists, writers and designers. The conference will bring indigenous, migrant, and regional voices to the fore, with a focus on cultural diversity, creative collaboration, the artists’ book, and communication in digital networks.

Monash University invites artists, curators, print studios, writers, academics, collectors, students and industry to participate in IMPACT 7: Intersections & Counterpoints. The conference will include themed refereed sessions, poster presentations, exhibitions across Melbourne in major public and private venues, open portfolios, workshops and demonstrations.

Papers are invited on any aspect of the conference theme. Topics include but are not limited to:
- printmedia and political agency, activism, appropriation and sub-culture
- print and the influence of digital technologies and new media
- the history and theory of the print, printmedia and printmaking
- trace, document, index
- medium and materiality
- craft, making, mastery and process
- sustainability, reconstitution, and recycling
- globalization, national identities and the post-colonial perspective
- printmedia and Indigeneity
- the distribution of printmedia: economies and sites of practice
- printmedia in the domestic and everyday
- the print as memorial, memory and trauma
- printedmedia as a means to engage archives and the archival
- printmedia and the artist’s book
- the print and narrative
- print, film and animation
- the print, text, semiotics and language
- paper architecture: the unbuilt in printmedia

Submissions
1. Conference Papers – Submission of a 500-word abstract, together with your name and short biography (max. 100 words), position, institutional affiliation, and elected topic. Papers selected for the conference will be double-blind refereed and published in due course. Proposals for themed panel discussions are invited for submission.
Abstract Deadline: Friday 30 July 2010
Notification of Acceptance: September 2010
Paper Deadline: Friday 31 December 2010

2. Proposals for Exhibitions, Academic Poster Presentations, Workshops and Demonstrations, Open Portfolios, and Master Classes (for regional Victoria) – Submission of a 1-2 page outline of proposal’s concept, good quality images (max. 10), short biography (max. 100 words), space and technical requirements, and other pertinent information.
Proposal Deadline: Friday 01 October 2010
Notification of Acceptance: January 2011

Contact
Please e-mail to IMPACT 7 Project Manager:
Laura.Taylor@artdes.monash.edu.au

And/or post to:

IMPACT 7 Conference
Department of Fine Arts
Faculty of Art and Design
Monash University Caulfield Campus
PO Box 197
Caulfield East VIC 3145
Australia


Presented by:
Monash University Art & Design

In association with:
Print Council of Australia
Gordon Darling Foundation
Comment by Linda Douglas on February 17, 2010 at 2:40
Dear friends, In April, my plan is to launch The Australian Book Arts Journal for book artists, printmakers, calligraphers and writers! The theme for the first issue is Beginnings. If you have any article or story that you think might make an impact, a review of a book, a review with pics of an exhibition, a technique article or tutorial with images, please contact me at theraggededge@hotmail.com. the journal is exclusively Australian content. There are sections for advertising your workshop, exhibition, conference and equipment. I am most excited about publishing this quarterly journal and hope you will see it as a vehicle for your work - besides, there is nothing like a book in the hand!
Comment by Robert Heather on February 11, 2010 at 11:50
PHD SCHOLARSHIP: EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Expressions of Interest are called for, for a three year full-time Ph.D scholarship at The University of Melbourne in connection with an ARC Linkage Grant administered by the University of Melbourne and to be conducted in partnership with the State Library of Victoria. The grant: Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Australia: researching and relating Australia's manuscript holdings to new technologies and new readers will beginin March, 2010. It involves research on the manuscripts in Australian collections, the digitisation of the Victorian holdings and research findings.
The successful applicant for the Ph.D scholarship related to this project will be required to research a doctoral topic that is related to the objective of the grant. Ideally they should have some training and experience in medieval manuscript studies. The topic may reflect a variety of interests including: medieval and Renaissance art history, provenance studies, codicology, palaeography, or conservation. It should involve the study of particular manuscripts or manuscript genres directly relevant to Australian holdings and their relationship with overseas counterparts. The Ph.D applicant must also have the qualifications necessary for the University of Melbourne PhD program (see website: http://www.gradresearch.unimelb.edu.au/current/phd/).
Expressions of interest should be accompanied by a current CV and names of two referees.
Expressions of interest to be submitted to Professor Emeritus Margaret Manion, the Chief Investigator of the project.
Contact details:
Email: m.manion@unimelb.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 9347 1868 or 0419 374 647
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Assistant Professor Claire McIlroy
Coordinator
ARC Network for Early European Research M208
Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Hwy
CRAWLEY WA 6009

Tel: +61 (08) 6488 1173
Fax: +61 (08) 6488 1069
Email: claire.mcilroy@uwa.edu.au
Comment by Women's Studio Workshop on January 22, 2010 at 1:49
The Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY has several postmark deadlines this spring for internships, fellowships, and residencies in our studios for book arts, letterpress, hand papermaking, and printmaking. The Feb 15 deadline for internships is perfect for graduating undergraduate students looking to explore avenues of professional book arts. WSW also has upcoming deadlines in March for Fellowships and in April for Residencies. Fellowships are partially subsidized opportunities allowing artists to live and work at WSW for a nominal fee while developing a new body of work. Residencies are fully subsidized and offer artists a living stipend, a materials stipend, technical support, housing and unlimited studio access. Please visit www.wsworkshop.org for specifics on our individual programs and application requirements.

Postmark Deadlines:

Feb 15:
Arts Administration Internship
Studio Internship
Summer Internship

March 15:
Art-in-Education Fellowship
Studio Fellowship

April 1:
Art-in-Education Residency
Studio Residency
Comment by Sarah Nicholls on January 14, 2010 at 5:58
The Center for Book Arts in NYC is looking forward to our full winter schedule of courses and public programs. The full workshop schedule through March is available online at www.centerforbookarts.org. Coming up in the next few months are classes with Susan Mills, Barbara Mauriello, Kumi Korf, Karen Gorst, Beatrice Coron and Sarah Bryant. There's also opportunities for students to join our internship and workstudy programs, as well as a series of artist talks, professional development workshops for artists, and more. Please visit us in the New Year!
Comment by Robert Heather on November 27, 2009 at 14:07
Caren - you could post this as an event as well?
Comment by Robert Heather on September 9, 2009 at 12:59
5th Australian Artists' Book Forum
Artspace Mackay, Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 April 2010

The 5th Australian Artists' Books Forum, to be held at Artspace Mackay on Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 April 2010, will again bring together artists, curators, writers, academics, students and collectors to discuss artists' books and book arts in Australia. The two-day forum builds on the success of previous conferences held at Artspace Mackay and again expects to attract speakers and delegates from across the country. Part of a larger, overall program for the gallery, the 5th Australian Artists' Book Forum will be complimented by workshops and masterclasses; the announcement of the 2010 Libris Awards: Australian Artists' Book Prize winners and exhibition of the finalists' works; an exhibition by 2008 Libris Award winner Deanna Hitti and displays drawn from the Mackay Regional Council's significant collection of artists' books.

Details available here.
Comment by Abigail Thomas on August 28, 2009 at 22:49
Comment by Greta D. Sibley on June 4, 2009 at 2:17
Letterpress Basics with Art Larson
July 11–12, Saturday–Sunday
Tuition: $220 Materials: $30
Enrollment limited to seven.
Special location: Horton Tank Graphics, Hadley, MA, U.S.A.

This two-day workshop is designed as an introduction to letterpress printing and hand typesetting. It also serves well as a refresher for those of you who want to review and practice basic skills.

You can expect to learn the lay of the case, set and justify lines of type, make up a color form, letterspace type, use a slug cutter, and kern type on a Hamilton saw.

You will also learn to print. You will learn how to operate a Vandercook No. 4 Proof Press (there are two in the shop) and a Vandercook 325G. Topics to be explored will be packing the press, making ready the form, locking up type, adjusting the form rollers, and fine inking and impression.

Each participant will print a multi-colored broadside in a small edition, six copies to be shared with the other participants.

No previous experience is required.

Please register at www.GarageAnnexSchool.com.
Comment by Robert Heather on February 26, 2009 at 15:10
Subject: HYBRID BOOK FAIR REGISTRATION CLOSED - CONFERENCE STILL OPEN

For questions or concerns regarding this email, please contact hybridbook.org

Thre has beena wonderful response to the Hybrid Book, and now have reached its capacity for vendors at the Hybrid Book Fair. The organisers can no longer accept registrations for tables at the Hybrid Book Fair.

But don't fret - there is still an extremely limited number of spaces for the Hybrid Book Conference. They are going fast - if you are interested in attending, please register today! To see a list of conference speakers, please visit the conference website.

And don't forget, visitors to the Hybrid Book Fair get in free! So please feel welcome to join in on Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6, from 1-6 PM for the Hybrid Book Fair. To see a list of the artists and vendors who will have work on display and for sale, please visit here.
 

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Printed Matter is pleased to announce Available to Everyone: Robert Jacks and Printed Matter, curated by Peter Anderson.

The exhibition presents two connected bodies of material: a survey of artists’ books by Australian painter, sculptor and bookmaker Robert Jacks (1942-2014), and an extensive selection of publications drawn from Jacks’ own collection, many of which were purchased from Printed Matter in the early years of the organization.

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